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Upcoming Events Fall 2016

The Nuts and Bolts of Faculty Search and Screen

This session is designed to aid support staff in preparing and processing the necessary documents for faculty search and screen procedures.  Anyone so involved who would like to learn about the revisions to the required procedures, document completion and the approval process should attend. 

Individuals must register using their career account login.  Registration closes two business days prior to each session. 

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

  • Time: 1:00-2:00 pm
  • Location:  RAWL 2079
  • Schedule #: 19568
Please direct questions to Nicole Weibel, Education Coordinator for the Office of the Vice President for Ethics and Compliance, at 49-63201 or naweibel@purdue.edu 

NOTE: The Office of the Vice President for Ethics and Compliance is committed to making all programs accessible to participants with disabilities.  If you require an accommodation or assistance due to a disability for this program, contact the office before the program begins at 49-63201, or vpeceducation@purdue.edu.

Center for Advocacy, Response, & Education

CARE currently has three education programs that focus on prevention and awareness.

Bystander Intervention Training

Those that attend will be provided with tools to recognize potentially dangerous situations and learn how to safely and effectively intervene to prevent sexual violence on our campus.

Escalation Workshop

Topics covered in this workshop include relatinshpi violence, warning signs of an abusive relationship, and how it relates to our lives and our campus.

Supporting a Survivor

Those that attend this training will be given tools to best support a survivor of trauma.

To view upcoming events view CARE's Get Educated page.

Respect Boundaries: Sexual Violence Awareness

The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act, a federal law, requires all new incoming students to receive primary prevention and awareness education about sexual violence. This law went into effect in March of 2014, which means all new freshmen, graduate students, and transfer students enrolling after that date must complete the Respect Boundaries: Sexual Violence Awareness program.

All current students, including new students who are required to complete this program, may access the Respect Boundaries program by logging into Blackboard using your Purdue career account information.

There are three modules associated with the program:

  1. Purdue University Policies and Procedures
  2. Risk Reduction and Prevention
  3. Supporting Survivors: Resources and Services

New students must complete all three modules to obtain credit for this program. The program is self-paced and will take approximately 60 minutes to complete.

If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Weibel, Education Coordinator, Office of the Vice President for Ethics and Compliance, by email at vpeceducation@purdue.edu or by phone at 765.496.3201.

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